Henri-Lloyd, the original British sailing brand was founded in Manchester, England by Henri Strzelecki MBE. Since 1963, Henri Lloyd has continued to push the boundaries of style and technical innovation establishing itself over the last five decades with a formidable global reputation for designing and producing quality premium sailing and lifestyle clothing. From the early days of working from a converted chapel in Manchester, England the company has relentlessly pioneered new technologies such as: the use of the wonder material of the 1960’s Bri-Nylon, hand taping of seams for waterproof integrity and the first to use Velcro in clothing. In recent years the company has also pioneered and won many awards for their range of Blue-Eco products which are made from recycled and recyclable fabrics. The early pioneers and adventurers of global circumnavigation such as Sir Francis Chichester, Sir Robin Knox-Johnson and Sir Ranulph Fiennes were all adopters of Henri-Lloyd’s revolutionary gear. Today it is the choice of modern champions such as four times Olympic Gold Medallist Sir Ben Ainslie, The America’s Cup yacht crews, as well as being the official supplier of Lotus F1 Team travel clothing whilst at the same time it has become a favourite amongst many current music, sports and media personalities. Henri-Lloyd’s reputation as a premium lifestyle brand was born in the 1980’s when the über cool Milanese youth movement known as the “Paninari” adopted the Henri-Lloyd Consort jacket as part of their uniform. A collaboration with inspirational Italian designer Olmes Carretti followed and so Henri Lloyd’s reputation and credentials in the world of fashion was established. Today Henri Lloyd products contain a unique blend of heritage, modernity and technical excellence whilst always staying true to the sea. Henri Lloyd at Clarks Village has a wide and varied supply of discounted men’s and women’s clothing, footwear and accessories, together with a strong range of marine products suitable for everyday fair weather sailing all the way through to offshore apparel built to deal with the globe’s harshest conditions.